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The Windiest Planet
Dark, cold and whipped by supersonic winds, Neptune is the last of the hydrogen and helium gas giants in our solar system. More than 30 times as far from the sun as Earth, the planet takes almost 165 Earth years to orbit our sun. In 2011 Neptune completed its first orbit since its discovery in 1846.

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20 Aug 2012 Voyager at 35: Break on Through to the Other Side Jet Propulsion Laboratory
9 Aug 2011 Power to Explore: 50 Years of Nuclear Space Power NASA
12 Jul 2011 Hubble's Neptune Anniversary Pictures NASA
27 Jul 2010 New Horizons Looks Back Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboaratory
12 Mar 2009 New Horizons Spots Triton Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
25 Feb 2009 The Curious Case of Missing Asteroids University of Arizona
18 Sep 2007 A Warm South Pole? Yes, on Neptune! Jet Propulsion Laboratory
16 Jun 2006 Three New Trojan Asteroids Found Sharing Neptune's Orbit Carnegie Institution
11 May 2006 New Capture Scenario Explains Origin of Neptune's Oddball Moon Triton University of California at Santa Cruz
18 Apr 2006 Fourth Annual Interplanetary Probe Workshop International Planetary Probe Workshop
7 Apr 2006 Blue Ring Discovered Around Uranus University of California at Berkeley
8 Dec 2003 Ring Recycling University of Colorado at Boulder
1 Oct 2003 More Moons University of Hawaii
3 Sep 2003 New Moon for Neptune International Astronomical Union
23 Jul 2003 The Story Behind All Those Spheres in Space European Space Agency
15 May 2003 Mathematics May Mean More Moons University of Bristol
15 May 2003 Springtime on Neptune? University of Wisconsin at Madison
11 Mar 2003 A Plethora of Planets? University of California at Berkeley
22 Jan 2003 Many Moons The Planetary Society
14 Jan 2003 More on Neptune's New Moons Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
14 Jan 2003 Voyager Documentary on T.V. Southwest Research Institute
13 Jan 2003 Three New Moons for Neptune International Astronomical Union
8 Jan 2003 Newly Discoverd Trojan Makes a Long March National Optical Astronomy Observatory
28 Nov 2002 Jupiter-like Planets Formed in Hundreds - Not Millions - of Years University of Washington
21 Aug 2001 Uranus, Neptune, and the Mountains of the Moon Planetary Science Research Discoveries
 
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20 Aug 2012 Voyager at 35: Break on Through to the Other Side Jet Propulsion Laboratory
9 Aug 2011 Power to Explore: 50 Years of Nuclear Space Power NASA
12 Jul 2011 Hubble's Neptune Anniversary Pictures NASA
27 Jul 2010 New Horizons Looks Back Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboaratory
12 Mar 2009 New Horizons Spots Triton Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
25 Feb 2009 The Curious Case of Missing Asteroids University of Arizona
18 Sep 2007 A Warm South Pole? Yes, on Neptune! Jet Propulsion Laboratory
16 Jun 2006 Three New Trojan Asteroids Found Sharing Neptune's Orbit Carnegie Institution
11 May 2006 New Capture Scenario Explains Origin of Neptune's Oddball Moon Triton University of California at Santa Cruz
18 Apr 2006 Fourth Annual Interplanetary Probe Workshop International Planetary Probe Workshop
7 Apr 2006 Blue Ring Discovered Around Uranus University of California at Berkeley
8 Dec 2003 Ring Recycling University of Colorado at Boulder
1 Oct 2003 More Moons University of Hawaii
3 Sep 2003 New Moon for Neptune International Astronomical Union
23 Jul 2003 The Story Behind All Those Spheres in Space European Space Agency
15 May 2003 Mathematics May Mean More Moons University of Bristol
15 May 2003 Springtime on Neptune? University of Wisconsin at Madison
11 Mar 2003 A Plethora of Planets? University of California at Berkeley
22 Jan 2003 Many Moons The Planetary Society
14 Jan 2003 More on Neptune's New Moons Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
14 Jan 2003 Voyager Documentary on T.V. Southwest Research Institute
13 Jan 2003 Three New Moons for Neptune International Astronomical Union
8 Jan 2003 Newly Discoverd Trojan Makes a Long March National Optical Astronomy Observatory
28 Nov 2002 Jupiter-like Planets Formed in Hundreds - Not Millions - of Years University of Washington
21 Aug 2001 Uranus, Neptune, and the Mountains of the Moon Planetary Science Research Discoveries
 
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